Tuesday, February 20, 2018

Memories of Valentine’s Days and darlings past

When I was a boy, Valentine’s Day was a popular time of year. Around the 10th of February, we would start to think about buying valentines. They cost all of a penny.

Craft beer newbie? How to take on taprooms like a pro

If you’re new to craft beer and have been wondering if there’s some way you could get more out of the taproom experience, this article is for you.

Hamilton will ‘go red’ Feb. 2 for women’s heart health

Continuing a tradition, on Friday, Feb. 2 Hamilton will once again join many across the nation in wearing red to help promote awareness for women’s heart health.

Mercer’s soccer stars honored at annual Mercer 33 dinner

A number of Hamilton athletes gained recognition during the Mercer County Girls’ Soccer Coaches Association’s 24th annual Mercer 33 dinner at Mercer Oak.

Love animals? Volunteer with the Mercer County Wildlife Center

The Mercer County Wildlife Center, which accepted and treated more than 2,400 birds, mammals and reptiles in 2017, will be holding orientations for new volunteers at the facility in Hopewell Township.

MCCC chemistry professor named local outreach volunteer of the year

Helen Tanzini, a Hamilton resident, was recognized for decades of volunteerism around the region to promote the magic and wonder of chemistry.

Hamilton police search for suspects in Quick Chek armed robbery

Hamilton police are searching for two men who allegedly robbed the Quick Chek on South Olden Avenue early Saturday morning.

Hamilton police respond to shots fired call on Victor Avenue

Hamilton Township police are investigating a shooting incident that occurred Jan. 17 on Victor Avenue. Officers found six shell casing from a 40 caliber weapon.

Trenton Water Works lifts boil water ban, announces water limit advisory

The Trenton Water Works boil advisory has been lifted, but a water conservation advisory is in effect.

Trenton Water Works issues boil notice for parts of Hamilton, Ewing, Trenton

A boil water advisory has been issued for parts of Trenton Water Works' service area, but confusion abounds to which parts exactly.

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State, local officials go to war with embattled Trenton Water Works

The water flowing out of the taps of Trenton Water Works’ customers is safe to drink. But, with repeated operational issues eroding trust in the quality of water, scores of local and state officials are working to ensure it stays that way.